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Long term financial consequences of divorce – an issue that is not going away

I presented a paper last week at the Child and Family Law Quarterly Seminar, entitled ‘UK Pension Reform: Implications for Family Law’.  It meant looking up the latest stats, as well as collating some of our research on poverty in later life, and thinking about where we have got to on this issue, which affects … Continue reading

AgeUK Petition on Extending State Pension Age

AgeUK present a petition to Parliament tomorrow on behalf of women who will unexpectedly have their working life extended by up to two years: FMWF captures their distress and sense of betrayal

Should we vary state pension age automatically with increasing longevity?

One of the proposals under consideration with the new pensions Green Paper in the UK, A State Pension for the 21st Century, is that state pension age should vary under some sort of formula with increases in longevity.  This sounds so attractive – to take the politics out of longevity risk.  But it creates tremendous … Continue reading

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